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What has Khan got to do with Reading? Last time I checked Reading is not part of London.
 

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Ha yeah..keep avoiding the useless cunt karnt.

I absolutely guarantee that he'll get attacked for this and the left will start brain health matters and we'll have to kneel down with the thinking man pose and if you dont your a brain racist.

Its actually all part of the plan, cant get votes, lets blackmail our way to power without it
 

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It apparently wasn't fireworks but a load of sodium nitrate confiscated off of a ship a year ago that had been stored in a warehouse at the port since.


 

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Im seeing lots of wild guessing about the yield of the explosion in nuke terms.
Vipin is a political nuclear academic.
View: https://twitter.com/NarangVipin/status/1290725969112653824

240 tons of tnt seems the most likely or 100X smaller than hiroshima.
Obviously it wasnt built as a bomb, so probably had much less impact if the containers were just stored over a wide area.
The stories from victims are sadly tainted by blast experience.

One woman wrote.
'We panicked until we realised it was just one bomb and returned to our homes.'
 

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240 tons of tnt seems the most likely or 100X smaller than hiroshima.
The stories from victims are sadly tainted by blast experience.
I have no idea why you are trying to downplay the devastation. 2750 tonnes of ammonium nitrate with a 0.42 conversion rate (from wikipedia) gives a 1.1 kt TNT explosion, then combine with whatever the accelerant was. Which is more like 10% of the Hiroshima bomb. I saw some stuff online where people had analysed the blast expansion rate using video still frames and got figures 2 to 3 times higher than that.

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Im seeing lots of wild guessing about the yield of the explosion in nuke terms.
Vipin is a political nuclear academic.
View: https://twitter.com/NarangVipin/status/1290725969112653824

240 tons of tnt seems the most likely or 100X smaller than hiroshima.
Obviously it wasnt built as a bomb, so probably had much less impact if the containers were just stored over a wide area.
The stories from victims are sadly tainted by blast experience.

One woman wrote.
'We panicked until we realised it was just one bomb and returned to our homes.'
So it's no worse than the flu then, right?

Why the fuck are you trying to downplay the seriousness of what everybody can see was a massive explosion? You're fucking *weird*.
 

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I take it the car video? Fucking hell, surprised the car was not blown away.
Yeah. You're driving along and see smoke in the distance them boom. Your car implodes.
 

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So it's no worse than the flu then, right?

Why the fuck are you trying to downplay the seriousness of what everybody can see was a massive explosion? You're fucking *weird*.
Because it's the middle east and they're the inferior race?
 

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So it's no worse than the flu then, right?

Why the fuck are you trying to downplay the seriousness of what everybody can see was a massive explosion? You're fucking *weird*.
Im not downplaying the frickin obvious damage.
Im saying a constructed bomb is considerably more devastating than chemicals in storage.
So its hard to make comparisons, the hiroshima bomb.
Go look at the damage from that...the entire city was flattened.
 

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the hiroshima bomb. Go look at the damage from that...the entire city was flattened.
Well yeah. It was war-era Japan. Most of the buildings were made from wood and the few that remained standing were the only ones made with reinforced concrete - just like in modern cities.
 

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Fun fact: that building in the middle, the only one left standing, is the counties main grain silo which was built to withstand missile strikes in case of war. Despite that it still got fucked.
Less fun fact: only 10% of Lebanon's grain is produced domestically. The rest is imported (mostly from Russia) and the vast majority of it goes through that one grain elevator. And Lebanon was already on its knees due to civil unrest, COVID, currency crisis
 

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